Mishpacha Family Hebrew School at Nehar Shalom is a unique and collaborative Jewish learning program for young people ages 7-11 and their parents. Meeting three times per month for an hour and a half, this program brings together families who want to explore and learn together, creating community while immersed in Jewish learning. Acknowledging and celebrating our diversity, the Mishpacha Family Hebrew School joyfully fosters Jewish identity and knowledge, while seeking through a Jewish framework social justice and peace.
This is not your drop-off Hebrew school program! Mishpacha offers the opportunity to enjoy and explore Jewish learning with your child and a caring community of young people and parents. Play a key role in appreciating and empowering your child in acquiring a joyful Jewish education. Hebrew reading, values through Torah and prayer, and the cycle of the Jewish year form the framework of the Mishpacha curriculum. All manner of Jewish families, regardless of background or configuration, are warmly welcomed. Be part of a unique and collaborative Jewish learning program organized as a family beit midrash/house of study. Mishpacha joyfully fosters Jewish identity and knowledge, and celebrates diversity, social justice, peace and community.
Tuition is $875 per child. Financial assistance is available. Teachers are Rabbi Victor Reinstein and Itai Gal. Mishpacha meets three times a month from September through June, with classes on Monday evening, 6-7:30 p.m. The first class is Sept. 11. A full schedule will be available shortly.
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